About the author

Jina S. Bazzar

Jina was born in a small town in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where she had a fulfilling childhood. Soon after she graduated from high school, she was diagnosed with a chronic disease that eventually caused her to go blind. Currently she lives in the middle east with her mother and three kids.

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6 Comments

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    Yuad

    Mashallah what a beautiful and strong women jina! Very happy for you ❤️❤️

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      Jina S. Bazzar

      Thanks yuad. for the kind words and your time.

      Reply
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    Garima Nabh

    I also have a disability but I have learned to live with it and yet enjoy life to the fullest 🙂

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      Jina

      That’s right, life is too short for us to spend it lamenting.

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    Julia

    I enjoyed reading your perspective on this. Sorry to hear you needed to make so many changes in your life. I do feel you are accurate. A fear of hitting rock bottom may feel more terrible than when you arrive there. There is a freedom in it. My guess is people with sight reach for the mayo instead of the peanut butter as well. Of course, they may realize it before they end up with a mayo and jelly sandwich. :> Your outlook is lovely to read.

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      Jina S. Bazzar

      Thank you.

      Reply

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